The value of bus rapid transit in urban spaces

@inproceedings{Ferbrache2019TheVO,
  title={The value of bus rapid transit in urban spaces},
  author={Fiona Ferbrache},
  year={2019}
}
The extent of implementation and expansion of bus rapid transit (BRT) across the globe, typically since the 1970s, and particularly since the mid1990s, is partial testimony to the positive valuation of BRT for many contemporary cities. BRT has been implemented in cities as a modern form of public transit for a variety of reasons that include facilitating accessibility, particularly in cities with high levels of motorization; improving mobility, often for lower-income residents; reducing carbon… Expand

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